It is great to hear Tom Ilube profiled on BBC radio on 5th November 2016. He's just been named the most influential black person in the UK.
Listen online at http://bbc.in/2eHVEKe
Tom is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, all-round good guy, and an entrepreneur who helped found Britain's first online bank. He’s a philanthropist who fled Idi Amin's Ugana and is now on a mission to track down the undiscovered Albert Einsteins of Africa.
He embarked on a search to find a long-lost sister in Uganda after thirty years; he once rocked an 'impressive' Afro; his backers number a former head of MI6, and during his honeymoon in Mexico he sneaked away from his wife to attend a maths conference. Oh, and he's hell-bent on making it into space.